Regenerative and stem cell therapy practices part 17

Stem cell 2

 

The lack of a formal mechanism for reporting outcomes of unproven stem cell interventions, both positive and negative, adds to the difficulty involved in generating data on the effectiveness of such interventions, as does the fact that there is neither a requirement, nor a mechanism, for reporting  adverse events related to interventions administered outside of clinical trials and investigations. In the current environment, this increases the importance of appropriate documentations of treatments and ongoing care in patients’ medical records. A centralized cell therapy registry for reporting treatment and outcomes may improve the current information available about the effectiveness of such therapies and interventions. It may also dissuade unscrupulous practitioners from engaging in the provision of unproven interventions without an adequate or appropriate basis in theory or peer-acknowledged practice, a pre-requisite for the provision of any interventions, whether proven or not.

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